Top 50 Wrestlers Of The 1990s: #48
WrestleMania 34 is coming up, and being a wrestling fan, I tend to get a little more nostalgic for them olden days of when wrestlers didn't have scripts in front of them. DeLorean back to my early days of fandom during the 1990s and you had a product that was hotter than a 1994 white Ford Bronco containing an ex-football star (okay, slight exaggeration, the whole O.J. thing did get an FX series after all). I
So from now up until "The Grandest Stage of Them All", I will release my Top 50 wrestlers of the 1990., factoring in their impact from the kid-friendly first half to the cuss-ridden, beer drinking second half to determine where exactly your favorite heel or face fall in rank.
#48: Jeff Jarrett
Hailing From: Nashville, TN
Finisher: The Figure Four Leg-Lock
Personally, I'm not the biggest fan of Jeff Jarrett, but he was a viable mid-card heel for both WWF & WCW during the 90s so I can't not include him in the top 50. And don't get me wrong, there's nothing wrong with Jarrett as a mid-card heel, but that was his ceiling. Right at the tail end of 1999 though WCW brought him back as a main eventer, and I don't care if he's fake singing or hitting people with balsa wood guitars, Jeff Jarrett is not a main event talent, and him in that spot certainly didn't help the sinking ship that became World Championship Wrestling.